Saturday, April 19

Neglect

Care ate
4 the bunny
but She don't carrot all.

the Bunny cries
4 care-it don't matter
big or small

can't you carrot?
4 the bunny?
the Bunny looks like a doll

without a care at
4 ever's door
the Bunny dies with a bawl


Shared at Imaginary Garden

14 comments:

  1. Yikes - I think of pat the bunny here and 24 carat rings and how maybe they do not well go together. This is very sad-- a very creative take using really modern usages. Thanks. k.

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  2. Nice handle on the play on words here... poor bunny!

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  3. This is sad and powerful... And actually well-timed considering what happens to so many bunnies bought as Easter presents... Really like this, even though it leaves a bitter after taste.

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  4. Oh my...the poor bunny. You really took a creative twist with the challenge...love it!!

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  5. o o..poor bunny....nice word play :)

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  6. Wow.. I really like the wordplay in this, and like the others wrote… poor bunny.

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  7. Sad and clever - fit the challenge to a tee!

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  8. So very clever, fantastic play on words.

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  9. I agree clever and sad-for the bunny!
    I too love your wordplay-fun to read~

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  10. Care it 4 the bunny. Sigh. I had a friend who raised rabbits. I loved to visit them, and hated to visit them, at the same time.
    Very well done.
    K

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  11. aw, all those bunnies who will be adopted this weekend, bad choice. this is lovely reflection.

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  12. I'm not accepting it too! but...good wordplay.

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  13. A clever take on care - carrot - you really channelled e.e. cummings! Well done.

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  14. witty. did Elmer Fudd win, then? ~

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